The installer should give you the option to use this part of the drive. You don't need a fat 32 partition, just make it a native Linux file system and then the installer should have no problem with it. You will just have to add Oralux to the boot manager that already manages the booting of the other two systems and you should be ready to go.
Hope this helps. -- Doug Smith: C.S.F.C. Computer Scientist For CHRIST! Oralux: http://oralux.org _______________________________________________ Oralux mailing list Oralux@lists.freearchive.org http://lists.freearchive.org/mailman/listinfo/oralux